Are poems in your pocket a new thing to you? Basically, it’s a day to share and celebrate your favorite poems and poets in your everyday life with people that you think are awesome.
The Blinds.com office has got a fun window-related poetry anthology we’ll be sharing with each other, look forward to crafting crowd-sourced poems on our white board walls and have a list of fantastic poems to share with you on the Web (follow us at @Blindsdotcom).
It’s amazing what you can find in a great poem – helpful tips, fantastic humor, musings on everday life and ways to connect to people you care about on a deeper level.
Give the Academy of American Poets website a search for the mundane to the sacred and discover some great new poetry!
Here are a couple of our poems with window mentions, be sure to share your own in the comments below!
Windows by Charles Baudelaire
Looking from outside into an open window one never sees as much as when one looks through a closed window. There is nothing more profound, more mysterious, more pregnant, more insidious, more dazzling than a window lighted by a single candle…
I Sit By The Window by Joseph Brodsky
I sit by the window. Outside, an aspen.
When I loved, I loved deeply. It wasn’t often...